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Aleshire, Peter.  The Fox and the Whirlwind:  General George Crook and Geronimo.  Edison, New Jersey:  Castle Books, 2000.   372p.  Bought 7 October 2019.  Read 2-13 February 2022.  History (Apache Wars; also covers the Civil War, the Sioux and Cheyenne Wars)

Anderson, Gerald H and Thomas F Stransky, eds.  Third World Theologies:  Mission Trends No 3.  NY:Paulist Press and Grand Rapids:  Eerdmans, 1976.  254p.  Bought April 1982 in Nairobi, Kenya.  Portions read before.  Read 39 January - 1 February 2022.  Religions (Theology)

Anderson, Jorn.  Hidden in Plain Sight.  Lincoln, Nebraska:  Professional Publishing, 2019.  32p.  Received February 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 6 March 2022.  Health

Baptist Publishing House.  O Cristâo Num Mundo Cheio de Espíritus.  Bulawayo, Zimbabwe:  Baptist Publishing House, 1994.  40p.  Read 18-19 December 2022.  Faith and Life

Biser, Sam.  A Layman’s Guide to Curing with Cayenne and its Herbal Partners.  Van Nuys:  Save your Life Videos, 1999.  336p.  Received April 2022 in Little Rock, Arkansas.  Read 25-28 July 2022.  Science (Health)

Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, ed Manfred Weber.  Reflections on the Bible:  Human Word and Word of God.  Peabody, Mass:  Hendrickson Publishers, 2004.  115p.  Read 16 July 2022.  Theology (Theology & History, Authority, Justice)

Bradley, Mark.  Too Many to Jail:  The Story of Iran's New Christians.  Oxford, UK & Grand Rapids:  Monarch Books, 2014. 303p.  Bought 9 May 2017 in Cedar Hill, Texas.  Read 31 December 2021 - 4 January 2022.  Church & Culture

Brandes, Nadine.  Romanov.  Nashville:  Thomas Nelson, 2019.   337p.  Bought 11 June 2020 in Arlington.  Read 2-6 July 2022.  History (Biographical Fiction)

Bruce, F F.  Commentary on The Book of the Acts:  The English Text with Introduction, Exposition and Notes.  Grand Rapids:  William B Eerdmans, 1954, this printing 1973.  555p.  (Prodigious exegesis, with historical and textual criticism considerations.  Bruce notes every critical variation among the various texts, and the possible meanings.  He attempts to account for the reasons for different reading in the historical context.  He explores the usages in ancient Greek classics, and translations of Greek to Latin literature as well as Old Testament quotations by the author of Acts and the various uses, interpretation and applications of those texts by different New Testament writers, then early Christian commentators in their theologies and apologias.  He references other commentaries from the past, in various languages, including the very earliest commentaries, sermons, devotionals and council rulings of early history up to the modern era.  Amazing prolific coverage.  He cites the various theologians and exegetes and traces various denominational interpretations in modern times since the Reformation, including Catholic scholars.  Insightful and inspiring, refreshing and challenging.)  Received January 2022.  Read 11-19 November 2022.  Bible (Acts in Cultural Context)

Bunting, Eve.  Blackwater.  Prince Frederick, Maryland:  Recorded Books, 2000.  Audiobook.  Bought 3 April 2022.  Heard 11 May 2022.  Fiction (Adventure, Mystery)

Butler, Trent C.  Samson Kisia:  Africa’s Modern-Day Apostle Paul.  Nairobi:  Heartspring Media/Pamoja East African Ministry, 2022.  85p.  Bought 1 August 2022 from Amazon.  Read 5 August 2022.  Biography (Faith and Life)

Callaway, Kutter, with Dean Batali.  Watching TV Religiously:  Television and Theology in Dialogue.  Grand Rapids:  BakerAcademic, 2016.  269p.  Bought 17 April 2019 from Christianbook.  Read 8-24 June 2022.  Church & Culture (Philosophy)

Captivating History.  Assyrian History:  A Captivating Guide to the Assyrians and their Powerful Empire in Ancient Mesopotamia.  Captivating History, 2018.  91p.  Bought 3 December 2022 on Amazon.  Read 6-7 December 2022.  History

Charles, J Daryl and Timothy J Demy.  War, Peace and Christianity:  Questions and Answers from a Just-War Perspective.  Grand Rapids:  Baker Academic, 2016.  413p.  Bought 6 January 2021 from Christianbook.  Read 2-13 April 2021.  Philosophy (Just War Theory, Ethics)

Claiborne, Shane.  The Irresistible Revolution:  Living as an Ordinary Radical.  Grand Rapids:  Zondervan, 2016.  390p.  Bought 4 July 2017 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 28 July - 5 August 2022.  Faith and Life (Radical Faith in Practice)

Colter, Jesse with David Ritz.  An Outlaw and a Lady:  A Memoir of Music, Life with Waylon, and the Faith that Brought Me Home.  Nashville: Nelson Books, 2017.  293p.  Bought 14 June 2019 in Arlington.  Read 31 August - 4 September 2022.  Biography (Autobiography, Music)

Corbitt, J Nathan.  From My Front Porch:  Restoring History:  Renovating Posey Brown’s Cabin From Privy to Barn and Everything Between. Kindle Direct Publishing, 2022.  294p.  Bought 1 August 2022 from Amazon.  Read 6-13 August 2022.  History (Genealogy, Culture)

Cornwell, Bernard.  The Lords of the North.  London:  HarperCollins, 2006.  317p.  (This is a historical fiction set in the time if King Alfred of Wessex, when the Danes were ruling some of the British territories of the Anglo-Saxons.  A portrayal of historical events and characters during the Dane-Saxon Wars.  This is in the early days of the Danelaw, and though some characters are fictional or developed with fictional details, they are based on extensive and longterm historical research by a world-class writer.  This portrayal is a representation of the factual situation at a time of mixed marriages and confusing factors with changes in the religious demography between Christian and pagan and ethnic identities of Dane and Saxon in Great Britain.  In a time of mixed marriages, mixed loyalties, greed and intrigue.  Part of my decades-long study of northern European history.  Book 3 of a trilogy.  It has been faithfully made into a TV series.  See my review of this book on my website.  See the book and my review at Amazon.)  Bought 18 December 2007 in Edenvale, South Africa.  Read 6-8 October 2008.  Reread 28-31 October 2022.  Literature (Historical Fiction)

Cornwell, Patricia.  Cause of Death.  NY:  G P Putnam’s Sons, 1996.  340p.  Received September 2019.  Read 6-13 September 2022.  Fiction (Mystery)

Crichton, Michael.  Pirate Latitudes.  NY:  HarperCollinsPublishers/Recorded Books, 2009.  Audiobook.  Heard 20 March - 1 April 2022.  Fiction (Adventure)

Decker, J Edward.  The Question of Freemasonry.  Lafayette, Louisiana:  Huntington House Publishers, 1992.  45p.  Read 21-22 October 2022.  Religions (Mystery Cults)

DeSilva, Jeremy.  First Steps:  How Upright Walking Made Us Human.  NY:  Harper, 2021.  334p.  Bought 4 December 2021 on Amazon.  Read 27-30 August 2022.  Science (Paleontology, Archaeology, History)

DeVries, John.  Why Pray:  40 Days -- From Words to Relationship.  Grand Rapids:  Mission India, 2014.  Received 15 September 2022.  Read 19-21 September 2022.  Faith and Life (Practicalities of Prayer, Mission)

Dimitrov, Nikola, Compiler.  The Four in One Gospel of Jesus:  The Story of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ as it is written in the Gospels. Stone Mountain, Georgia:, 2006.  327p.  (“Matthew, Mark, Luke and John professionally integrated and diligently blended in chronological order.”)  Bought 14 March 2018 in Cedar Hill, Texas.  Read 28 September - 5 October 2022.  Bible (Harmony of the Gospels in Chronological Order)

Eklund, Bobby L.  Scripture Isn't Silent, Why Are We:  A Book of Sermons.  Grapevine, Texas:  Southern Baptists of Texas Convention, 2005.  Received 11 January 2022.  Read 13 January 2022.  Faith and Life (Handling Finances)

Enriquez, Juan and Steve Gullans.  Evolving Ourselves: Redesigning the Future of Humanity -- One Gene at a Time.  NY:  Portfolio/Penguin, 2016.  367p.  Bought 25 September 2020 on Amazon.  Read 24-31 May 2022.  Science (DNA, Medical Genetics)

Farley, Andrew.  The Naked Gospel:  The Truth You May Never Hear in Church.  Jesus Plus Nothing. 100% Natural. No Additives.  Grand Rapids:  Zondervan, 2009.  237p.  Bought 3 April 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 24-25 July 2022.  Faith and Life (The Deeper Life)

Gibson, Shimon.  The Final Days of Jesus:  The Archaeological Evidence.  NY:  HarperOne, 2009.  254p.  Bought 3 April 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 6-10 October 2022.  Biblical Backgrounds (Archaeology, Bible, History)

Hailey, Arthur.  The Evening News.  Pleasantville, NY:  Readers Digest, 1990.  246p.  Received September 2019 in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 24-29 November 2022.  Fiction (International Intrigue)

Hicks, Brian.  Toward the Setting Sun:  John Ross, The Cherokees, and the Trail of Tears.  NY:  Atlantic Monthly Press, 2011.   421p.  Bought 3 April 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 17-26 August 2022.  Peoples and Cultures (Native American, Texas, History)

History Titans.  Denisovans:  The Archaic Humans of the Paleolithic Period.  USA:  Creek Ridge Publishing, 2021.  92p.  Bought 9 January 2022 from Amazon.  Read 13 January 2022.  Science (Archaeology, Paleoanthropology, Autobiography)

Jasek, Petr.  Imprisoned with Isis:  Faith in the Face of Evil.  Washington, DC:  Salem Press (Regnery), 2020.  224p.  Received as a gift January 2022.  Read 16-22 April 2022.  Biography (Persecution, Militant Islam)

Jones, E Stanley.  The Way.  NY/Nashville:  Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1946.  364p.  Bought 6 September 1969 in Conway, Arkansas.  Portions read in 1969 and over the years.  Read 21-26 September 2022.  Theology (Philosophy, Faith and Life, Practical Implications of Christ as the Universal Way and Natural Law)

Johnson, Neil.  Simply Complexity:  A Clear Guide to Complexity Theory.  London:  OneWorld, 2012.  236p.  Read 8-11 November 2022.  Philosophy (Quantum Physics)

Kasser, Rodolphe and Marvin Meyer and Gregor Wurst. The Gospel of Judas.  Washington, DC:  National Geographic, 2006.  185p.  Bought 9 December 2006 in Martinsburg, West Virginia.  Read in 2006.  Reread 10-11 April 2022.  History (Religions)

Keating, H R F.  The Sheriff of Bombay.  Roslyn, NY:  Detective Book Club,1984.  180p.   Received September 2019 in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 14-21 October 2022.  Fiction (Murder Mystery)

Lacey, Robert.  Majesty:  Elizabeth II and the House of Windsor.  Pleasantville, NY:  Readers Digest, 1977.  89p.  Received September 2019 in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 13-14 September 2022.  Biography

Leakey, Meave.  The Sediments of Time:  My Lifelong Search for the Past.  Boston/NY:  Houghton Mifflin Co, 2020.  388p.  Bought from Amazon.  Read 4-12 January 2022.  Science (Archaeology, Paleoanthropology, Autobiography)

Leeming, Bernard, SJ.  The Vatican Council and christian Unity:  A Commentary on the Decree on Ecumenism of the Second Vatican Council, together with a translation of the text.  NY:  Harper and Row, 1966.  333p.  Bought March 1975 in Dallas, Texas.  Read 25-30 June 2022.  History (Church History, Christian Unity)

Leonnig, Carol and Philip Rucker.  I Alone Can Fix It.  NY:  Penguin Press (Random House), 2021.  578p.  (Documents the last year of the Trump presidency, 2020.  So covers the initial period of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the campaign and presidential election of November 2020, through the inauguration.  Based on extensive resources from many sources, personal interviews with personnel in the Trump organization, an interview with the ex-president, newspaper publications, books by other authors, an amazing array of sources of all kinds.  Follow up the previous book by these two authors entitled A Very Stable Genius.  25 pages of citation endnotes and an excellent detailed index.) Bought 4 August 2022.  Read 19-27 November 2022.  American Politics and Culture (Biography)

Loewen, James W.  Lies Across America:  What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong.  NY:  The New Press, 1999.  480p.  Bought 8 August 2016 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 19-29 December 2022.  History (USA, Native American)

Ludlum, Robert.  The Scarlatti Inheritance.  NY:  Heinemann/Octopus, 1981.  232p.  Bought 27 March 2011 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 10-17 December 2022.  Fiction

Maharaj, Rabi R.  Death of a Guru:  A Remarkable True Story of One Man's Search for Truth.  Eugene, Oregon:  Harvest House Publishers, 1984.  208p.  Received as a gift 11 January 2022.  Read 13-21 January 2021.  Biography (Faith & Life)

Marek, George R.  The Bed and the Throne:  The Life of Isabella d’Este.  NY:  Harper & Row, 1976.   268p.  Read 17- July 2022.  History (History of Christianity, Theology)

Mathis, Miles.  The Incorporation of Light:  How to Bring Light into the Unified Field Equations including the Lagrangian.  Originally published online:  Print location and publisher not given, 2011.  363p.  Borrowed 28 June 2020.  Read 21-25 July 2022.  Science (Quantum Physics, United Field Theory)

Matz, Brian.  Introducing Protestant Social Ethics:  Foundations in Scripture, History, and Practice.  Grand Rapids:  Baker Academic, 2017.  252p.  Bought 9 April 2021 from Christianbook.  Read 12-16 May 2022.  Philosophy (Ethics, Social Justice)

McGrath, Alister E.  Narrative Apologetics:  Sharing the Relevance, Joy and Wonder of the Christian Faith.  Grand Rapids:  Baker Books, 2019.  167p.  Bought 13 January 2022 from Amazon.  Read 13-15 February 2022.  Theology (Philosophy, Epistemology, Narrative Theology, Myth)

McGraw, Phillip C.  Self Matters:  Creating Your Life from the Inside Out.  NY/London:  Simon & Schuster Source, 2001.  314p.  Boorrowed 21 January 2021.  Read 21-29 January 2022.  Science (Psychology)

Newcomb, W W Jr.  The Indians of Texas:  From Prehistoric to Modern Times.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 1969.   404p.  Bought 3 April 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 31 May - 8 June 2022.  Peoples and Cultures (Native American, Texas, History)

Nikhilinanda, Swami.  The Upanishads.  NY:  Harper Torchbooks (Harper & Row), 1963.  392p.  Bought 10 March 1975 in Dallas, Texas.  Some portions read, mostly on shelf for rare reference.  Read 6-13 March 2022.  Religions (Hinduism)

Okolugbo, Emmanuel.  A History of Christianity in Nigeria:  The Ndosumili and The Ukwuani.  Ibadan:  Daystar Press, 1984.  100p.  Bought 29 January 1991 in Benin City, Bendel, Nigeria.  Read 23 March - 8 April 2022.  History (Nigeria, Christianity in Africa)

Palmer, Alan.  Twilight of the Habsburgs:  The Life and Times of Emperor Francis Joseph.  NY:  Grove Press, 1994.  388p.  Bought 6 April 2018.  Read 19-30 March 2022.  History (Biography)

Provenzano, Greg.  Success for Teens:  Real Teens Talk about Using the Slight Edge.  Dallas, Texas:  Success Books, 2008.  147p.  Received and read 18 March 2022 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  Personal Development (Wisdom for Success in Life)

Purdy, Anne Hobbs, as told to Robert Specht.  Tisha:  The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaska Wilderness.  Pleasantville, NY:  Readers Digest, 1977.  124p.  Received September 2019 in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 26-28 September 2022.  Biography

Ratzinger, Joseph (Pope Benedict XVI).  Jesus of Nazareth:  From the Baptism in the Jordan to the Transfiguration.  NY:  Doubleday, 2007.  374p.  (This Bible scholar takes a critical historical approach to study the person and life of Jesus of Nazareth, attempting to cut through the myths and popular pictures of Jesus.  An extensive historical and critical study using writers from the earliest period as well as dealing critically with the theological development about Jesus that developed in the time since his life.)  Bought 17 September 2020.  Read 1- November 2022.  Biography (History)

Rauschenbusch, Walter.  A Theology for the Social Gospel.  NY:  The Macmillan Company, 1917.  279p.  (This volume is a classic in American theology and social conscience.  This is a library cull from the Sanford Fleming Library of Berkely Baptist Divinity School, bought years ago and kept on the shelf for reference.  Rauschenbusch was a renowned pastor who organized the churches in New York City in support of the poor and unemployed in the early 20th century.  This book is his theological foundation for such work as an integral part of the calling and message of the Christian church.)  Read 20-24 May 2022.  Theology (Social Justice, Social Service, Christian Charity, Social Justice)

Reeves, Michael and John Stott.  The Reformation:  What You Need to Know and Why.  Peabody, Massachusetts:  Hendrickson Publishers, 2017.   87p.  Bought 5 May 2022 from Christianbook.  Read 7 July 2022.  History (History of Christianity, Theology)

Reid, T R.  The United States of Europe:  The New Superpower and the End of American Supremacy.  NY:  Penguin Press, 2004.   305p.  Bought 3 April 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 16-19 May 2022.  History (Europe, Current Affairs)

Roark, Dallas M, Ed Bob E Patterson.  Makers of the Theological Mind:  Dietrich Bonhoeffer.  Peabody, Massachusetts:  Hendrickson Publishers, 2016 (Reprint of 1972).  127p.  Bought 5 May 2022 from Christianbook.  Read 7-8 July 2022.  Biography (History, Philosophy)

Rubalcaba, Jill and Peter Robertshaw.  Every Bone Tells a Story: Hominin Discoveries, Deductions, and Debates.  Watertown, Massachusetts:  Charlesbridge, 2010.  185p.  Bought 3 April 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 14 April 2022.  Science (Archaeology, Paleoanthropology)

Schonfield, Hugh L.  The Passover Plot:  A New Interpretation of the life and Death of Jesus.  NY:  Bantam Books (Grossett & Dunlap), 1966.  278p.  Borrowed 24 April 2022 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 26 April - 13 May 2022.  Biblical Backgrounds (Life of Jesus, Resurrection)

Sekhon, Gurbachan Singh.  Introduction to Sikhism.  Nairobi, Kenya:  Sikh Students Federation, 1981, 17p; Read in conjunction with Glimpses from Guru Nanak’s Teachings; How to Attain Perfection, by the same publisher.  Nairobi, 1971, 40p.  Both bought in Nairobi, Kenya 25 September 1981.  Previously read, reread 22 October 2022.  Religions (Monotheism, Indian Religions)

Shapiro, Beth.  How to Clone a Mammoth:  The Science of De-Extinction.  Princeton & Oxford:  Princeton University Press, 2015. 220p.  Bought 5 August 2022 from Amazon.  Read 14-19 September 2022.  Science (DNA, Cloning, Ecology)

Stearns, Richard.  The Hole in the Gospel:  What Does God Expect of Us?  The Answer that Changed My Life and Might Just Change the World.  Nashville:  Thomas Nelson/W Publishing, 2014.  Bought 4 April 2016.  Read 8- July 2022.  Faith and Life (Human Need: Poverty, Hunger)

Stein, Aaron Marc.  The Garbage Collector.  Roslyn, NY:  Detective Book Club,1984.  177p.   Received September 2019 in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 11-13 October 2022.  Fiction (Murder Mystery)

Tonelli, Guido.  Genesis:  The Story of How Everything Began.  NY:  Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2019.  223p.  Bought 20 April 2022 on Amazon.  Read 23-26 April 2022.  Science (Particle Physics, Cosmology, Paleontology)

Tyson, Neil Degrasse.  Starry Messenger:  Cosmic Perspectives on Civilization.  NY:  Henry Holt & Co, 2022.  269p.  Bought 27 November 2022 on Amazon.  Read 7-9 December 2022.  Science (Cosmology, Philosophy, Epistemology)

Utley, Robert M.  Billy the Kid:  a Short and Violent Life.  Lincoln, Nebraska and London:  University of Nebraska Press, 1989.  302p.  Unknown where or when this volume was obtained.  Read 13-19 March 2022.  Biography (History)

Walker, James K.  What the Qur’an Really Teaches About Jesus.  Eugene, Oregon:  Harvest House, 2018.  232p.  Bought 9 April 2021 in Irving, Texas.  Read in 5-6 September 2022.  Religions (Theology)

Wallace, Ralph.  Immune System Beakthrough.  Lincoln, Nebraska:  Professional Publishing, 2019.  32p.  Received 5 March in Arlington, Texas.  Read 6 March 2022.  Health

Walton, John H.  The Lost World of Adam and Eve:  Genesis 2-3 and the Human Origins Debate.  Downers Grove, Illinois:  IVP Academic, 2015.  255p.  Bought 1 August 2022 on Amazon.  Read 12-17 August 2022.  Bible (Genesis in Cultural Context)

Ware, Kallistos, Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia.  The Power of the Name:  The Jesus Prayer in Orthodox Spirituality.  Fairacres, Oxford, England:  SLG Press, Convent of the Incarnation, 1999.  33p.  (A discussion and practical guide to reflective prayer focusing on the name of Jesus.  Spiritual guidance in practicing the traditional “Jesus Prayer” of eastern Christianity.  A feature of Christian Orthodox spirituality.  Bishop Kallistos is a British-born convert priest of Eastern Orthodoxy.)  Bought 1 February 2021 in Nicosia, Cyprus.  Read 1 November 2022.  Faith and Life (Prayer, Mysticism, Meditation)

Wiess, Laura.  Such a Pretty Girl.  Prince Frederick, Maryland:  Recorded Books, 2007.  Audiobook.  Bought 3 April 2022.  Heard 19 May 2022.  Fiction (Horror, Child Abuse)

Williams, Jean.  No Roof But Heaven.  Pleasantville, NY:  Readers Digest, 1990.  129p.  Received September 2019 in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 30 November - 1 December 2022.  Fiction (Historical, post-Civil War)

Wills, Garry.  What Paul Meant.  NY:  Viking (Penguin), 2006.  193p.  (Wills interprets the writings of Paul in the New Testament in light of his Jewish background and the cultural and philosophical setting of the first century under the Roman Empire with the multi-ethnic and multi-religious situation of the Jewish Diaspora.  Wills is particularly concerned to dispel the concept popular in the late 20th century that Paul was somehow a reformer and a radical redesigner of Judaism and of the concept of Jesus’ teachings of the Kingdom of God.  The author shows how faithfully Paul maintained his Jewish identity and character and addressed the meaning of the Jewish Covenant in the revelation of God in Jesus Christ, as fully consistent with the Jewish faith of his era, though different from the ethnocentric and nationalistic concept of the leaders of the Judean nation.  Very refreshing and enlightening.  His probe of Paul’s concept of resurrection is particularly helpful.  He reminds us that Paul is the first person who put into writing anything about Jesus and provides the first interpretation of his resurrection.)  Read 14-15 April 2022.  Bible Backgrounds (Old Testament, Archaeology)

Winslow, Pauline Glen.  J Martha Adams.  Roslyn, NY:  Detective Book Club, 1984.  340p.  Received September 2019 in Lindsay, Oklahoma.  Read 22 February - 5 March 2022.  Fiction

Woodward, Bob and Robert Costa.  Peril.  NY/London:  Simon & Schuster, 2021.  482p.  (The third book on the Trump presidency, Fear and Rage.  This book is constructed from hundreds of interviews, reviews of videos and documents, published sources, and online media.  Extremely well documented with 31 pages of End Notes detailing the sources chapter by chapter and commenting at times.)  Bought 9 January 2022.  Read 22-27 October 2022.  American Politics and Culture (Biography)

Wright, N T.  Judas and the Gospel of Jesus.  Grand Rapids:  Baker Publishing, 2006.  155p.  Bought 13 February 2009 in Irving, Texas.  Read in 2009.  Reread 12 April 2022.  Theology (History)

Zapata, Junior.  Elvis, Pitagoras y la Historia de Dios:  El Arte y La Ciencia Como Amigos de la Fé.  Miami:  Editorial Vida, 2013.  217p.  Bought 3 June 2015 in Arlington, Texas.  Read 2-5 December 2022.  Cultures/Sociology

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